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Blank Greeting Card - Wolverine - Mixed Media Collage

Blank Greeting Card - Wolverine - Mixed Media Collage

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Artwork Details:
The wolverine is the largest member of the weasel family, and they are becoming extremely rare in the United States. Due to habitat loss and fragmentation, these apex predators are losing ground and numbers. Experts estimate there may be as few as 300 left in the Lower 48. This mixed media collage depicts one of these hunters chasing a porcupine. Not sure if this would happen this way in real life, but wolverines have been known to eat porcupines. It is the April image found in my 2023 wall calendar. Although it works as a stand-alone image, each design in this collection was created to tell part of a story of connection by following a yellow stone as it is touched by the flora and fauna of Yellowstone National Park. Each image also includes a Native American word for this animal. This image includes some facts wolverines and their habitat loss as well.

Greeting Card Details:
This listing is for an 5x7 greeting card of my original mixed media collage artwork described above. Blank inside. Printed on high quality, 80 lb bond, 100% post-consumer recycled white matte cardstock with archival ink. Envelope is as pictured, craft-paper brown, complementing the style and texture of the paper collage.

Shipping Details:
Greeting cards will be packaged in a protective cellophane sleeve, and shipped to you in a sturdy cardboard mailer.

Orders are shipped First Class via USPS.

If you’re purchasing this as a gift, please leave any gift note instructions in the “note to seller” section at checkout and we'll do our best to make it extra perfect for the recipient. ;-)

©Jordan Kim, Found & Rewound 2022
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